Document Shredding Wrexham
Topwood shredding provide on-site confidential shredding services on Wrexham Industrial Estate and the surrounding Wrexham area on a weekly basis. A number of our customers opt for a regular shredding service whereby we provide confidential waste bins free on loan and we shred the contents on-site on a weekly, fortnightly, 4-weekly or 8-weekly basis.
Topwood shredding can also service businesses with their annual purges and bulk shredding requirements. Read on to find out more about our confidential shredding services in Wrexham.
Topwood can provide a number of confidential document shredding services for the Wrexham area:
Mobile On-site Document Shredding
On-site shredding is where we bring one of our mobile shred trucks to you. Our uniformed, security vetted staff then transfer your confidential waste to the truck.
Off-site Document Shredding
The collection of confidential waste for off-site shredding is a totally safe method of paper disposal. Within hours of collection by our security vetted staff the waste is weighed and tipped directly into high security industrial shredders.
Regular Document Shredding
As part of this service we supply a variety of lockable confidential shredding waste bins. Regardless of whether secure consoles or wheeled shredding bins best suit your needs our regular shredding services ensure unwanted documents can be safely and easily deposited in your workplace.
One-off Document Shredding
If you have a requirements to clear a backlog of material we can provide a one-off document shredding service. As our shred trucks have a load capacity of 6 tonnes and shred rate of 3000kg per hour we can destroy on-site over 500 archive boxes in a few hours. Our high speed industrial shredders can cope with shredding files and documents so for bulk clearance there is no need to remove paper clips, staples and other stationery.
To reduce the risk of a data breach always check to see if your shredding or storage company has the following accreditations;
ISO 27001: 2013
ISO 9001: 2015
BS7858 – Vetted Staff
PD5454: 2012 – Principle standard to which storage services are supplied
General Data Protection Regulation
In order to remain compliant with the new GDPR changes, there are a few steps organisations and businesses should take. If you do not currently employ the above measures your data and reputation could be at risk. Regular data destruction is the most efficient method to ensure your organisation conforms to the GDPR guidelines.
Leaving sensitive documents like HR records, payroll information and old accounts records in archive rooms, store rooms and warehouses increases the risks of prying eyes and security breaches. Some data needs to be kept for legal reasons, therefore a retention schedule should be in place mapping how long data and documents are kept for and what data they will be destroyed.